Congress President, Rahul Gandhi, in his address at the Jantar Mantar, raised Questions about the intentions of Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of India.
He said that the PM has bad intentions towards the weaker sections of the society and that he does not consider them at all, they are left marginalized all the time.
He criticised the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for its slogan that it has raised for the general elections of 2019, 'Saaf Neeyat, Sahi Vikas'.
During his address, he said, "The things start with "neeyat" (intentions), whatever will be there in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's heart, the things will work according to that. Prime Minister Modi wants Dalits to remain marginalized. If Modi had a place for Dalits in his heart, his policies would have shown it by now. Prime Minister Modi had written in one of his books that it feels good when the house has been cleaned by a Dalit. The atrocities Act was given by the Congress party and former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi to India. I assure you, the Congress will not let the SC/ST Act to be diluted."
He assured the public that Congress has always intended to protect the SC/ST act as much as possible.